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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Tiffin, Mar 13, 2017.
The Black Angels - Passover
The Black Keys - Brothers
Houndmouth- little neon limelight is my sleeper
Abbey road, Rumours and dark side of the moon are obvious ones
I think this about everything by sturgill, but I’m biased there
You ain't lying dude. Had this album on my list but haven't really dug in, listening straight through now. This is great
Both Houndmouth albums before Katie left are fire but From the Hills Below the City > for me.
I respect that. I was listening to little neon limelight when I typed that post, so I’m sure that influenced my opinion
waiting for the lord to rise
I look into my daughters eyes
And realize, ima learn through her
The messiah, might even return through her
If ima do it, ima change the world through her
those are some of my favorite lyrics from any song ever
this album is an all-time great on its own, but the fact that it's composed entirely of samples with mid-90s tech makes it even cooler
Yes - Close to the Edge
Rush - Permanent Waves
Genesis - Selling England by the Pound
Jethro Tull - Thick as a Brick
wrong Rush album, cheesepuff.
Natural Science is my favorite Rush song. Freewill and Jacob's Ladder being on the album puts it at the top for me
A couple recent personal tens for me:
El Mal Querer - Rosalia
Fetch the Bolt Cutters - Fiona Apple
My favorite rush song also
Everclear so much for the Afterglow
Burnttatertot - 1
Butthead - 0
Hemispheres/Circumstances was the correct answer.
I like it a lot too but it's not on White Pony or Diamond Eyes level for me.
I'm glad there's other Deftones fans around here. I've seen them like 8 or 9 times and they've been great all but once in 03
One of my all time favorite bands.
This album captures the vibe of 2009 so well
Got me into rap/hip hop etc. Have no quarrels saying it was one of the most influential albums of that time and helped shape the landscape of the genre(s) going forward.
Casual listener can enjoy it, yet it's deep enough to dive into. Also opened the world up to writing and talking about mental health, addiction etc through music.
I missed this somehow, but I’m glad there’s another one of us. I was actually listening to some Team Sleep on the way in this morning.
1. Around The Fur
2. Diamond Eyes
3. White Pony
5. Koi No Yokan
7. Saturday Night Wrist
Wtf at that Adrenaline ranking?
And I'd prob find a way to slide Ohms up. Solid list
Adrenaline is still solid, and it’s higher sometimes, but it just doesn’t have the staying power some of those others do.
Bored is still one of my favorite songs though.
It's Adrenaline, Around the Fur and White Pony on somewhat equal footing for me, then the rest.
Ohms blew me away with how good it is I will say.
I just skimmed but I feel like we missed To Pimp a Butterfly and The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust
Total hidden gem of an album. Kinda like Metallica meets Lynyrd Skynyrd.
I have enough unpopular takes on this board so I’ll sit this one out.
Ohms over Koi
Tyler Childers Purgatory
Edit: Shit, already said this in 2020
Listen buddy, I'm glad we can bond over a great band (one of my top 3 favorites) but this list needs some fixing up
Tier 1 - You could put these in either order and still be correct, Diamond Eyes is so strong from top to bottom while WP has the two best songs in the tier
1. Diamond Eyes
2. White Pony
Tier 2 - Still very good but has a few skips on it
3. Around The Fur
6. Koi No Yokan
7. Self Titled
Tier 3 - About half the album you can skip
8. Saturday Night Wrist
Bad Tier - I don't listen to this, at all
Prayers/Triangles is a good track
0:00 - 3:56 The Wallflowers - "Heroes"
3:56 - 8:31 Jamiroquai - "Deeper Underground"
8:31 - 12:36 Rage Against the Machine - "No Shelter"
12:36 - 16:16 Ben Folds Five - "Air"
16:16 - 19:57 Days of the New - "Running Knees"
19:57 - 24:16 Michael Penn - "Macy Day Parade"
24:16 - 30:01 Foo Fighters - "A320"
30:01 - 32:51 Fuzzbubble - "Out There"
32:51 - 38:03 Joey Deluxe - "Undercover"
38:03 - 39:52 David Arnold - "Looking For Clues"
Shocked not mentioned, Van Morrison Astral Weeks is damn near flawless
I haven’t listened to astral weeks in years.
Fired it up while I drink my iced coffee at aurora coffee patio.
So good. Thanks you guys.
Relatively unknown albums, great from beginning to the end gems are:
The Good Earth by The Feelies
On Fire by Galaxy 500
more modern and not obscure
Grouplove’s Never Trust a Happy Song
I was literally thinking about this earlier. Serendipitous that this thread was on the front page. Though, my good friend Degausser had my entry for The National - Trouble Will Find Me covered already.
The Horrors - Primary Colours
Definitely in my top 10
The Onion is not far off here actually. I’m not a big metal fan but this album is still great and the peak of the genre IMO.
Rem green is pretty solid.
Dare me to dream
Hard to pick a best song from the album
Back half of the album doesn’t slap
Paid in Full - Erik B and Rakim
Curtis - Curtis Mayfield
Hunky Dory - David Bowie
John Prine - John Prine
Kind of Blue - Miles Davis
These are more imo but
All Hail West Texas - The Mountain Goats
Black Messiah - D'Angelo
Mothership Connection - Parliament
Live at the Cellar Door - Richie Heavens
Troupeau Bleu - Cortex
The OOZ - King Krule
Cuttin Grass vol 1. - Sturgill Simpson